Research Guide:
Intangible Heritage effects on social sustainability


We created a Research Guide about the qualitative methodology of the project.

Intangible heritage refers to the non-physical aspects of a culture that are passed down from generation to generation, including traditions, customs, beliefs, practices, skills, and knowledge. Intangible heritage encompasses elements such as music, dance, oral traditions and expressions, rituals and festive events, traditional craftsmanship, and foodways, among others. These elements are essential for the preservation and transmission of cultural identity and diversity. Unlike tangible heritage, which can be seen and touched, intangible heritage exists only in people’s memories and practices, and it is constantly evolving and adapting over time. Therefore, intangible heritage is an important aspect of a culture that needs to be protected, preserved, and passed down to future generations (UNESCO, 2003).

VOICES is a project that unites promotes the Intergenerational Dialogue and Intangible Heritage for achieving Social Sustainability in local communities.

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